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January 2013 News Release Archive | Emory University School of Law

Emory Law's Public Interest Committee honors local attorneys

Emory Law's Public Interest Committee honors local attorneys

Three Atlanta attorneys known for their passion and commitment to public interest law were honored by the Emory Public Interest Committee at its 17th Annual Inspiration Awards on Feb. 5, at Emory University School of Law.

Raykin 13L to represent Emory Law at leading canadian insolvency conference

Raykin 13L to represent Emory Law at leading canadian insolvency conference

Alla Raykin 13L will attend the 10th Annual Review of Insolvency Law Conference, held Feb. 7-8 in Montreal, Canada, through the sponsorship of Justice Geoffrey Morawetz of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice.

Professor Brown on PBS: Progressive U.S. tax code is an illusion

Professor Brown on PBS: Progressive U.S. tax code is an illusion

Professor Dorothy Brown joined the PBS television show ¿Need to Know¿ to discuss the disparities of U.S. tax law that result in widely different penalties and tax dodging opportunities, depending on how high your income is and how it¿s earned.

Turner Environmental Law Clinic opposes rushing study on nuclear waste risks

Turner Environmental Law Clinic opposes rushing study on nuclear waste risks

Emory Law¿s Turner Environmental Law Clinic filed comments on behalf of environmental groups concerned that the Nuclear Regulatory Commission is rushing a study, required by federal law, of how to safely store spent nuclear fuel.